What a song from what an album!
This sounds wrong to me. Usually, the praising phrase "what a" wants to be at the beginning of the sentence. For example:
- Incorrect: He gave me what a beautiful gift!
- Correct: What a beautiful gift he gave me!
You can use "what a" after a conjunction, like this:
- Correct: What a song, and what an album!
But this means something a little bit different, because this last sentence leaves out the information that the song is actually from the album.
An alternative way to correct the sentence would be to use "such a" instead of "what a". Unlike "what a", "such a" can be used anywhere:
- Correct: He gave me such a beautiful gift!
- Correct: Such a beautiful gift he gave me! (somewhat unnatural)
- Correct: What a song from such an album!
However, this last sentence has a new problem, because "such an album" is ambiguous. The phrase "such an album" could be expressing praise or amazement for the album; but it could also merely mean "that kind of album".
In order to make the sentence unambiguous, we need to put an adjective after "such a". While we're at it, we should also put an adjective after "what a", in order to keep the two parts equal in strength. Otherwise, the "such a" phrase will feel stronger.
- Correct: What a beautiful song from such an amazing album!